FSIN and STF Call for More Education Funding

The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations and the Saskatchewan Teachers Federation are calling on the provincial and federal governments to invest more in education.
This comes after graduation rates for First Nations students in Saskatchewan dropped by roughly 1 per cent last school year.
FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron says with the provincial election a year away, he would like to see those running for office commit to investing more in education in writing and not in words.
STF President Patrick Maze says there are some bright spots when it comes to education in the province, including the “Following Their Voices” program

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